1800s 1900s Drug Store Soda Fountain Bar Back saloon Round Rock TX Sam Bass For Sale
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1800s 1900s Drug Store Soda Fountain Bar Back saloon Round Rock TX Sam Bass:
This antique Bar Back was in the old Economy Drug Store/Noble Pharmacy/Quick Pharmacy building in historic downtown Round Rock, Texas, in 1915 as shown in the attached photo. The building was reportedly built in 1907 for the Economy Drug Store and this back bar was likely new in there at that time along with the rest of the furnishings and it remained there behind the soda fountain until I purchased it in the late 1980s. The Economy Drug Store name is still on the top of the building. I first saw it around 1971 when I used to go to Quick's Pharmacy as a kid. Price is negotiable to a good home! Prefer to discuss/negotiate after you've been here to see it in person unless logistically impossible for you. It measures 12 feet wide by 7-1/2 feet tall and disassembled into 5 pieces for moving. The base is 12' wide by 42" tall by 17" deep. Each side cabinet is 48" tall by 26" wide by 14" deep. The center mirror and frame is 91" wide by 39" tall and an inch or so deep. The top center filler that goes between the two side cabinets and above the mirror is 91" wide by 9" tall by 12" deep. All measurements are approximate and taken while still assembled. Sold as-is, where-is in Austin, Texas.